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You Can Make $3,000 By Letting Uncle Sam Infect You with Swine Flu

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The good news — you can be $3,000 richer.
The bad news — you gotta get the swine flu to make that dough.

The National Institutes of Health is in the middle of a massive clinical research study to try to find a cure for the flu and they’re at the point where they need to test it on humans.

So, they need humans who are willing to be infected with the flu then monitored carefully at a hospital for nine days.

Several forms of the flu are getting tested, from regular, old influenza, to H1N1 swine flu.

If you’re interested in $3,000 and getting the flu, then apply online or call 1-800-411-1222.

What a country, eh?!?

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